Hey neighbor, I'm in Houston too, a few thoughts on covers from past experience:
1. Make sure bike is totally cooled before you put cover on, exhaust will burn holes.
2. With our humidity if you cover a wet bike be prepared to invite rust. Keep everything well waxed to help slow rust.
3. I've learned with our hot summers most covers will only last one season. Many years ago I had to keep my bike covered outside and would get about a year use. It was the sun that cooked it.
As long as you uncover often and let the humidity out from under the cover all will be good. I found as long as you get one that states it's for outside use it would last longer.
guardian has a lifetime guarantee but they cost around 80 dollars my first one lasted 4 years and they sent me a brand new one free, you have to send in the warranty card and register your cover when you buy it to get a free one, or you'll be out of luck
As the temps here are going to be around the 50degree mark I’m thinking about unwrapping two bikes today. Anyone else have that urge today. My other bike in Ohio went for a small ride yesterday my son-in-law got it cleaned and running yesterday.
This is an idea I have seen on another forum, and it seemed like a lot of fun if enough people participate. This forum has more than enough activity that it should take off. The basic idea is this; while riding find certain objects or signs or whatever to take a pic of your bike in front of...
Since owning my bike I've rode like crazy literally everyday expect bad rainy day several thousand miles. Shortly after buying me bike God blessed me with a new job which I'm making way more money and because of my wife and Dave Ramsey we will be debt free soon. That being said I will be buying...